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Who to re-sign out of the one year contracts?

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This thread is depressing. A lot of work to do in the offseason. No wonder Gettleman is hording cash.

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Gotta go Lafell over AE.  AE has never caught two touchdowns in a game, plus Lafell still comes cheap.  But specifically I was talking about the one year contracts.

Easily. Armanti doesn't have 2 catches in a game, let alone touchdowns..

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Easily. Armanti doesn't have 2 catches in a game, let alone touchdowns..

Yea wasn't saying which one. Nobody in their right mind would sign AE over Lafell.

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Probably will need to sign Gross again if he will agree to a smaller paycheck.

 

Ginn Jr. for sure, if he keeps it up.  Cam may make his career.

 

Cole, Blackburn.

 

As for the Lafell and Hardy, we will have to wait to see what they are looking for.

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I dont worry about these things. I let gettleman handle it

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I thought Dwan was a one year deal last year and we re-signed him for this year and next. I may be wrong.

 

I'm pretty sure Gettleman sured up that deal.  spotrac says he's signed through 2014.

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Let Moore walk? I'm sorry but that's idiotic. He's one of the smarter and harder working DBs we got.

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I know Dwan did, but I could have sworn Captain did as well. His contract says otherwise according to spotrac.

http://www.spotrac.com/nfl/carolina-panthers/captain-munnerlyn/

 

I thought so as well...  I'm thinking maybe that was the deal offered before he tested the waters, then chose to take a 1 year deal to prove himself and get a better offer for 2014.

 

It was mentioned by either Gettleman or Rivera that a lot of guys chose a 1 year deal for that very reason.

 

 

edit:  nevermind, he was originally offered a 3 year deal.

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